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they will actually ever going to get all the answers. >> rick: technology phenomenon known as catfishing. what is that and how is that tied in, craig? >> catfishing is what they believe happened, the term catfish means someone -- a habit of establishing a relationship with someone online. usually involves a false identity. we got a clip from the mtv show catfish in which a young man goes to meet someone he has been chatting with online. he he thinks he is about to meet a young blonde woman named amanda miller. >> i'm tyler aden. >> all right. i'm amanda miller. >> you are amanda miller? >> yes, i am. >> the amanda miller. >> i owe you an apology. i'm really sorry. >> >> cat fishing, bill, as you might imagine is something that happens quite frequently. people can assume nil kind of identity they want and put it out there. and that is exactly what the university says happened to manti te'o. thank you for reporting from campus south bend, indiana tonight. manti te'o was silent tonight. lance armstrong has suffered another set back. just when you thought he had no more to lose. he has lost someth
of oakland needs to do its streets safe. the councilman joins us live in the studio. >>> how technology hopes to change risk. up next on health watch. >>> and we've got a beautiful sunday on the way. plenty of clear skies around the bay area. the numbers are freezing in parts, but it will get warm from there. the details after a break. world-class surfers taking whatever you're in the mood for, sizzler's endless salad bar has over 50 delicious choices. soups, salads, appetizers, and more starting at $8.99 for lunch. sizzler. where fresh is fun. famous for world-class surfers taking epic rides on huge waves. >>> welcome back. the time is 7:40. well, mavericks is famous for world class surfers taking epic rides on those waves. >> and wipeouts are epic as well. but new technology may help surfers tackle the monster waves more safely. >> that's nathan. >> reporter: maverick, it's a show like no other. the world's best surfers line up to ride one of the world's biggest breaks, but big wave surfing is not without risk. riding here can be deadly. and now a
... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >> the body that passed the budget act isn't complying with it either. since the late 1990s, congress has changed to meet the obligation to produce the budget. they have it cobbleed together in repeated moment of crisis. they have passed the budget in recent years it has been nearly four years since the senate did. >> congress shall complete budget, it says shall. that is budget speak to say not that you may do this or do it if you want to. it says you have to do this. >> what punishment await the law-breaking lawmakers? >> nothing. >> they are taking heat over the prosecutorial directive issued through the homeland security department, instructing the law enforcement officers not to change deportation proceeding against the illegal immigrants they do not view as high priority offenders. they are suing janet napolitano to say they are commanded to violate the oath to uphold and support federal law. they are adding they are violating the obligation to faithfully execute t
% as automakers and some technology shares rebounded strongly. australia's asx 200 finished flat. miners gained ground, but shares eased after bank santander denied interest in the bank's troubled uk unit. back to you, kelly. >> thanks very much for that. we want to turn now to the u.s. lots of data, lots of earnings. december existing home sales are out at 10:00 a.m. eastern. expected to show a 2% increase over 5 million at an annualized pace. it's a big day for earnings. four dow components are out just before the opening bell, dupont, johnson & johnson, travelers, verizon. after the bell, we'll hear from google, ibm, amd, cks and texas instruments. house leaders are expected to vote tomorrow to extend the debt ceiling deadline until may 19th. the gop measure doesn't specify an amount, but would lead let the government borrow what it needs to meet its obligation for that period. the strategy shift was agreed to last week and would let republicans focus on other fiscal fights in march such as ook automatic spending cuts delayed by the deal and the potential resolution. julian callow is still w
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. elsewhere, a rebound in technology shares in financials sent south korea's kospi higher by .7%. and down under, solid china data helped the aussie market close at a 20-month high. rio at this pointo shares jumped after appointing a new ceo. back to you. >> sixuan, thank you very much for that. interesting to see that increase in rio shares. yesterday, ross pointed out that it was really a corporate story driven market. today, there's a few more macro concerns but for the most part we're seeing major indexes in europe higher. the xetra dax just ticked lower. i want to show the ibex here, adding about 1.06% today. we did learn that bad loans in banks rose in december up from what was expected. that was 11.4% in november versus 11.2% in october. so an increase there in what we know was not a great month for the european economy. the ftse 100 over here up by about 0.2%. take a look at the bond wall of just what kind of trade we're seeing more broadly. interestingly, spain and the uk are seeing their prices down, yields up a bit. italy, though, for the ten-year rallying a little bit to 4.17%.
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technology, we share training, we have a joint terrorism military center. at the end of the day, the entire policy needs to be focused on the countries and we will continue to focus on the true ally or the asset to america, which is israel. i think that countries like libya and other countries that just don't have a grip on their security -- it's a problem and they need to be looked at very closely and the aid and the funding needs to be retracked. >> neil: thank you very much. a quick follow-up to the google -- as i suspected in that report, a better read of it on that advertising thing is propelling google stock, after hours, up 4 bucks. it's a pricey stock, over $700 a share. the news is being received favorably, the advertising compoabt, which could be a harbinger of things to come and we hope by extension, cable news and tv and advertising, as it goes... so we go. so the world goes. so humanity goes. forget the plane. are tempers about to soar on your next southwest flight? while everyone else seems headed in the wrong direction ford is not just going forward, it's going further. intro
and electric cars that has implications beyond boeing. advanced battery technology at the heart of objections to the sale of battery maker a213 #. the strategic council, a private sector group, focusing on national security issues now urging the obama administration to reject the sale of a123 to china saying it gives the chinese advanced technology paid for by the american taxpayer. the bankrupt battery maker received more than a quarter of a billion dollars in federal and state money. the governor of nebraska today okayed the xl pipeline right of way through his state. your move, mr. president, and a surprise move by the british prime minister that could affect the european union. david cameron proposing a vote as to whether or not to stay in the european union, britain one of the e.u.'s largest economy, the most important financial center, and, oh, yes, the pound sterling at odds with the euro. markets up more than 4% year to date. my next guest says while some investors are still on the sidelines, we're beginning to see a little bit more interest. joining us now with his outlook for the ma
to expand. >> wind down with the technology and the special forces that we have. similar drones, should be redirected to this front. >> neither the c.i.a. nor a spokesman for the national security council provided immediate comment on the administration counterterrorism manual. >> very basic concept of the rule of law is people know what the rules are. having a secret play book means you are not compliant with the rule of law. there is no rule of law. people don't know what the rules are. >> today, the director of national intelligence urged the white house to give the pentagon the lion's share of control for the drone program and minimize the c.i.a. involvement. >> bret: you can imagine secretary clinton will be asked about the expansion in northern africa tomorrow. >> certainly. >> bret: thank you. >> you're welcome. >> bret: russia has begun evacuating the citizens from war-torn syria. four buses carrying about 80 people mostly women and children crossed to lebanon earlier in afternoon. the latest indication of russia perceives syria's president is losing his grip on power there. sti
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, this is really one of the sweetest aircraft out there. it is technologically superior to so many other, but isn't that effectively part of the problem? because all of that technology requires a lot of battery pow around the batteries are what are causing the problem? >> reporter: it's definitely high-tech, ashleigh and definitely new technology never used before. these lithium ion batteries in commercial airliners to this capacity. these batteries are lighter, smaller, more powerful and, of course, now the concern is possible overer heating. boeing actually had to get special permission from the faa to use these batteries, and it was only approved under the condition that it would install specific safety measures to address these potential problems. >> i've got just the news here, boeing stock apparently is flat right now, but that's the least of their problems. they've got this whole public story while they look at their bart charts and also have to deal with how they react to this news. what's are you hearing from the company? >> reporter: well, boeing is certainly defending their advance pla
tech executive who served as chief technology officer for president obama's reelection campaign. welcome, harper. >> hello. >> hello. >> we spent a year talking about the role of social media in the campaign. how important were twitter, facebook, and +*eupbs gram to e campaign? >> well, it was -- it's interesting to look at 2008 versus 2012. because in 2008 things were just starting -- >> pelley: . >> they were new toys. >> people weren't using them. i like to say like my mom wasn't using them, you know? as more people use these, as more people -- america starts using these they're incredibly important, as you can imagine. >> and are they important because when you get friends or followers on facebook or twitter or tumble -r, amplifying the campaign's message, is that better than hearing it from a politician? >> i think it's more genuine. if i share with you and you're friends on facebook you listen to what i'm saying a little bit more than someone who's far aware shares to you. we see that -- i think it's the same thing as it always has been, which is it's much easier for me t
, excited, looking forward as being the most technologically airline out there. the plane has had some issues recently. a nippon flight had to make an emergency landing because of battery problems. a japan's airline had to be grounded at logan airport a few days ago because of a battery that exploded while at the gate and now a flight that had passengers from japan to san jose originally on the dreamliner had to come back to the bay area on a nondreamliner aircraft on united airlines. we spoke to some passengers on the inaugural flight in the bay area. here's what they had to say. >> from what we understand from leaders in the airline industry, it's probably a one or two-week delay or inconvenience and then we're back literally on the ground after that. >> reporter: here in san jose, there was a flight that was supposed to fly out of here tomorrow afternoon but we understand that according to the a and a website, that flight has been canceled. and passengers may have to fly out of other airports, including snow. the airport did release a statement saying that sjc is supportive of the d
. boeing dreamliner grounded because of safety concerns. and we are test driving the new technology meant to cut down on mistakes at the wheel. algerian soldiers have surrounded a gas facility near the border with libya. two people and killed. gunmen are holding about 40 people inside. we have spoken with some of the hostages. it's not clear if there were speaking underdress. duress. the but the photographer decided not to show their faces. >> this is the gas field where the workers are being held hostage. it's run by british, norwegian, and algerian companies. the nationals are being held from algeria, ireland, japan, france, and the united states, and britain. >> many of the people i've worked in the area many years. i asked for your understanding for not being able to give you more detailed information. >> it's not clear how many algerian workers are being held. least 30 people have managed to escape. a catering company said that it has 150 employees alone still confined at the plant. the gas field is in remote parts of the country's eastern desert, serviced by its own air fields, acco
of passenger privacy. they will be removed and replaced with less invasive technology. and authorities have wrapped up an investigation into the boeing and technical problems. a battery forced a japanese- owned dreamliner to make an emergency landing. all of them around the world have been grounded. >> in boston, it was the auxiliary power battery. this time, it is the main battery. this is extremely unusual. the effect of this incident on the airline industry is big, and we fully understand the importance of publishing a neutral report as quickly as possible. >> and a referendum will be held next month. the ireland -- the islands between britain and argentina, britain says it will only release which sovereignty -- will only release sovereignty -- and a situation caused by a cleaner. a woman had been accused of trying to steal. she was seriously injured when a train jumped the tracks and plowed into something. a heat wave is continuing in australia, with two bridges reaching record levels and parts of the country. there are fires in the southeast, and some have been burning for nearly one m
go from the police department. he had come in and started modernizing the department. it's technology -- a lot of different changes that needed to happen but were not happening until he came in and start of the department on the right path. it is critical that whoever the next chief of police is continue that modernization of the department. it will have benefits citywide. in my district, we have public safety challenges. the district is often viewed as a "safe district." we do have violence. wd
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more technology, more satellites and depend more on our electrical infrastructure we are more vulnerable. >> if we get hit with a solar flare what does it do to our technology and civilization. >> this is million degree plasma coming out of the sun at 300 to 500 miles per second. it travels through space, it hits the earth and actually the the biggest thing that it does, it's all magnetized. the earth is kind of a magnet, it wiggles everything and that makes electrical currents that go crazy every where. it can lead to blackouts, overload your satellites, it can fry radio transmissions and gps transmissions, that's happened on a small scale before. bill: you're talking about the trillion dollars in damage. 1859 apparently earth was hit by a doosey. is that even a possibility that we could be hit like that with no warning. >> we know that happens. if you look through glaciers they record different times in the past when these things happen. actually the evidence of it gets buried in the ice. we know this happens every 300, 500 years. the last one was 150 years ago. it could hap
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. is the technology for these lithium ion batteries too risky right now? >> well, we know lithium ion batteries can get hot and burn. we've seen it in laptops. this is the first time we've seen lithium ion batteries used like this in airlines ever. so this is pushing technology. this is new and there's a lot of new things happening. boeing has relied heavily on batteries and electrical systems as a way of making the aircraft more efficient and lighter. it uses 20% less fuel and that has made it a very popular airplane as far as orders go. it's the most impressive initial orders batch of initial orders that boeing has ever had. but when you push a lot of technologies simultaneously, which is what is happening here with the 787, inevitably you're going to find things that aren't just exactly as you hoped they would be. >> what a nightmare for boeing, the manufacturer of this 787. miles, good engs pla nation. thank you very much for coming in. >> you're welcome, wolf. >>> so why did it sake to long for the hoax surrounding manti te'o to come out? we're going to talk about the media
the expertise and technology to disrupt these plots. >> algerian officials will not allow foreigners to secure the country's oil fields, another indication that algeria is unlikely to strengthen ties where western countries in an effort to stamp out islamic extremists. >> fighting outside syria's capital city tops world headlines, government troops battled rebels on the ground and regime planes bombed opposition held areas with one airstrike southeast of the capital killed seven people there including five members of the same family. >> it was not a good day for terror suspects in yemen, ten suspected al qaeda operatives were killed while they were making bombs and six others died in two strikes from u.s. drones. we will talk about the algeria operations in a bit, but, next, it started with hope and change but ended with a partisan warfare over the economy. reviewing some of president obama's first term and what it could mean for the second term. ...so as you can see, geico's customer satisfaction is at 97%. mmmm tasty. and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make these geico ad
of us because the younger generations are seeing the technological replays of the unborn and know that it's more than a mass of tissue. they're standing in greater numbers on behalf of life as is every one of us who are speaking here today. may god bless this nation as we seek to protect the unborn. mr. smith: thank you very much, mr. pearce. for that very moving statement. i now yield to dr. andy harris, the gentleman from maryland. mr. harris: thank you very much. and i want to thank the gentleman from new jersey for taking a pause every year to let us review what happened 40 years ago and what's happened since. because 40 years ago, obviously the supreme court decided it was no longer the state's prerogative to decide what laws could regulate abortion and we know some of the consequences of that. we know we have third trimester abortions, we have abortions for sex selection. we have abortions without the consent or even the notification of parents when nye nors are involved. that's the -- minors are involved. that's the path we've gone down. but the majority leader says much ha
on a new kind of war fighting, shifting from ground troops to a reliance on intelligence and technology, especially drones. >> after more than a decade of war, we are entering a new phase. we continue the president's overamplging goal which is dismantle and ultimate defeat. he's made great progress. >> reporter: perhaps the biggest reach in his agenda -- >> we will respond to the threat of climate change. >> reporter: it's an issue dear to the president but he's already acknowledged that it's so politically charged there's no clear path forward. >> that i'm pretty certain of. this one's hard. >> reporter: now, wolf, in the speech the president also broke ground by promising to push for expanded civil rights for gays and lesbians. aside from his health care reform law, this could be the greatest legacy, the biggest legacy of his time in office. a case that is now before the supreme court could force the administration into making new federal policy on this front. it could force the administration to decide whether federal benefits will be extended to same-sex couples in the next year, wo
institute of technology and downloading millions of articles provided by the non-profit research service jstor. his family says prosecutors are partially to blame for his death. a petition on the white house website to remove u.s. attorney carmen ortiz from office over alleged overreach in the case has received more than 25,000 signatures, reaching the threshold needed to demand a response from the obama administration. tributes aaron for content and to flood the internet. academics have post links to pdf's of their own copyrighted work. the group anonymous hacked the mit website and posted a statement calling the prosecution "a grotesque miscarriage of justice, distorted and perverse shadow of the justice that aaron died fighting for." meanwhile, a lawyer who represented aaron swartz on hacking charges said he told federal prosecutors a year ago that swartz was a risk of suicide. attorney andrew good told the associated press -- about our monday show aaron swartz featuring his own speech and the commentary of his longtime friend and mentor harvard law professor larry lessig, you can go
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us now is rick nelson, vice president for business development at crosshatch technology and a former pilot and he recently served in afghanistan. rick, good for you to join us. jonathan makes a good point. he is showing the map where it happened right on the border of libya. these islamist militants are very well armed and well funded and that is no surprise to you? >> absolutely, trace. you are exactly right. they have been well funded through the years. kidnap with ransom. they benefited from a kidnap by getting an influx of weapons. the chaos is mali have benefited them and growing relations with other militants down south in nigeria has helped them. they have expanded their reach and capabilities in recent years. >> when we heard the whole phrase, westerners held hostage, that is hot button issue, we have 41 people, at least three americans and seven americans. how does this es indicate and what does the u.s. do next? >> right now the most important thing is get situational awareness of what is going on at the compound. who is being held hostage, what are the number of militants
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back in june that all scanning machines need the target recognition or technology that produces the more vague images. tsa by june 1st travelers will only see machines that have atr that allow for faster tlu put, faster lanes for the traveler. they paid them $40 million for their machines and rapid scan has to take them out at their own expense. >> fourth amendment says you can't be searched or seized or person can't be accepted without a warrant. what they are doing is pulling back here is making something that is in line with the fourth amendment and not in violation of people's rights. >> the khair man of the house committee john mica he didn't even know the if the controversial machines worked. >> there is a lot of hard earned tax money going for unfortunately theater security. >> reporter: they are still going to useful body scanners that create generic images but they point out that travelers can opt out of the body scan with a pat down if they prefer. >> heather: you are really disappointed. >> gregg: it's my only attempt at exhibitionism, little joys in life. all right.
is heading our way, what that means for your morning commute tomorrow. >> next technology is driving automakers to create apps that keep you connected while you're behind the wheel. >> don't forget we're always on at www.wusa9.com and the wusa9 app. >>> if you want to go to the atm and don't want a whole lot of money, but the bank has at least a $20 minimum. those days may soon be a thing of the past. chase and pnc bank plan to roll out new machines that will hand out the exact amount you want down to the change. the new atms will be free for customers. >>> when it comes to staying connected, smartphones have been in the driver's seat, but now automakers have picked up the pace with apps designed to keep you in touch while lynn the wheel. >> let's go. -- behind the wheel. >> let's go. >> smartphones give us directions and roadside assistance. in most cases it works separately from the dashboard, but new trends will change that. >> consumer electronics are influencing the drive, so you're seeing for the first time things integrated that we've never seen in a car before. >> q and x sof
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